Add Tags To Existing Tags

Update an existing tagging results

"Add tags to existing tags" allows you to update an existing tag list. This workflow is highly beneficial when there is no need to run tagging from scratch. Or tagging is necessary only on a subset of the dataset.

Note1: Your dataset must include at least one tagging result filed. In other words, this workflow cannot be the first tagging workflow that you run on a dataset since the goad here is to add to some existing tags.

Note2: This workflow provides you with filtering options in the setup where you can apply the new tags on a subset of the data if necessary. You can read about the available filters on Advance Filters.

Add Tags To Existing Tags

Once you have uploaded your data, run one of the tagging workflow such as Generate AI Tags.

Select your dataset that include some tagging results and Locate "Add Tags To Existing Tags" under Workflows. If it does not appear on the left menu, click on "View all" and search for "Add Tags To Existing Tags".

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Relevance AI - Access to "Add Tags To Existing Tags" workflow

The setup wizard will open, on which you

  • Specify the original tagging results to which you wish to add new tags
  • Specify which filed is to apply tagging
  • Enter your tag list. Keep in mind that you need to press enter after typing each tag
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Relevance AI - Add Tags To Existing Tags setup

  • Specify how many more tags to be added to each entry in the dataset
  • Specify if you wish to apply the new tagging to a subset of the dataset using Advance Filters
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Relevance AI - Add Tags To Existing Tags setup

And finally click on "Run on the Cloud" to execute the workflow. When the workflow is marked as "Completed" you can see the updated tagging results under Dataset.


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